Google Reader Mobile interface new "liking, tagging, and sorting feeds" features

Google Reader received an update on mobile interface with some new added features along with a new updated streamlined web interface look: New mobile features are ported from the web interface, include support for "liking", tagging, and sorting feeds by oldest/newestRedesigned bottom action bar include a “More” link, revealing additional options with the most common actions […]

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Google Reader received an update on mobile interface with some new added features along with a new updated streamlined web interface look:

  • New mobile features are ported from the web interface, include support for "liking", tagging, and sorting feeds by oldest/newest
  • Redesigned bottom action bar include a “More” link, revealing additional options with the most common actions selected by default. Also updated the main header to be consistent with other Google mobile applications, specifically Gmail, Calendar, and Latitude. And added an option drop-down in place of the old secondary tool bar, for a little more space for feed items. It’ll also reduces those accidental “mark as read” accidents that happen on occasion.
  • “Recomended sources” section on the web interface, now makes it easier to find people who’re sharing stuff similar to you. It's a nifty way to discover new feeds and people that you might not have discovered otherwise.

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